Legendary Comics Debuts Cover for New YA Graphic Novel Lupina

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Today, Legendary Comics revealed the stunning new cover for Book One of the upcoming YA graphic novel Lupina. The new original graphic novel, from Eisner Award-nominated writer James F. Wright and illustrator Li Buszka, is the third title featured in the newly formed Legendary Comics YA imprint slate. It will be available in bookstores and online retailers on September 14, 2021.

Lupina is a two-volume captivating saga about a young girl on a journey of revenge with her wolf companion. In the coastal town of Kote, recently brought under the yoke of the Addalian Empire, four-year-old Lupa spends her days getting bullied by her older sister and hiding behind her mother’s skirts. But when tragedy strikes, Lupa finds herself alone in a new world… alone until she’s found by the she-wolf, Coras, and sets off on a journey of discovery… and revenge. The first volume of the two-piece collection will be available in bookstores and online retailers on September 14, 2021. Both volumes contain three phases, continuing the adventure of Lupa and Coras.

From writer James F. Wright, artist Li Buszka, colorist Bex Glendining, and letterer Ariana Maher, Lupina will be on sale September 14, 2021. You can pre-order and purchase it through our ComiXology link.

About Legendary Comics YA:

Legendary Comics YA is dedicated to telling original and character-driven stories across a wide array of genres. With a commitment to amplify new voices, spotlight diverse perspectives, and seek out passionate talent telling authentic stories, the imprint gives emerging and veteran artists a platform to share stories never told before and retell classics from a new point of view, in hopes to transport readers to other worlds that span a range of genres, from fantasy to historical fiction, and beyond. Titles included in the slate are Championess (inspired by bare-knuckle boxer Elizabeth Wilkinson in eighteenth-century London from Tarun Shanker and Kelly Zekas); The Heart Hunter (a debut OGN from Mickey George, set on a cursed island where everyone is doomed to wear their heart on their sleeve and explore immortality, love, and greed); Lupina (an orphaned girl raised by a wolf, goes on a quest for answers and revenge); The Witches of Silverlake (following Elliot Green and his coven of queer, teen witches in Los Angeles from singer-songwriter Simon Curtis) and Tragic (a retelling of Shakespeare’s Hamlet from a queer lens and told through the eyes of a 17-year-old girl).



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